If you love the "motor town" sound of Detroit, made famous by singers such as The Supremes, Marvin Gaye, Franki Valli, the Four Seasons and Stevie Wonder, you'll love the night of free live music being put on by the Ex-Services Club this Saturday night, November 30.
A similar night earlier this year by Abba impersonators was a huge success, with lots of audience engagement with the entertainers, who are all amateurs who've been strutting their stuff in clubs at Wagga for many years.
The show is in support of a not-for-profit Riverina charity, the Specialist Medical Resources Foundation (SMRF), which like Can Assist aims to "bridge the gap" for families and individuals struggling with medical costs.
The Ex-Services Club is bankrolling the show, having made a substantial up-front payment to the entertainers to help them support SMRF.
Hopefully, the club will recoups some of its donation from extra sales at the downstairs bar, where the show will be held on the dance floor, on the same level as the bistro.
Manager Greg Bruce said people had great fun at the Abba show earlier this year, and the club thought it would be worthwhile having another go this year.
"The entertainers are all amateurs who have been getting better and better in their performances at Wagga and now they're starting to branch out," Mr Bruce said.
"Cootamundra was one of the first places they tried, and they loved how friendly and involved our audience was."